LPN to RN Entrance Test Information
What is the HESI LPN to RN Mobility Exam?
The Health Education System Inc. (HESI) LPN to RN Mobility Exam is a computerized hour timed exam that is part of the application process for entry into NURS 1250 LPN to RN Transitions I.
The LPN to RN Mobility Exam is designed to assess clinical knowledge and critical thinking skills. The questions are based on what current RN students are studying in their nursing programs. Some of the topics covered include the following:
Basic nursing fundamentals
Medical and surgical procedures
What are the LPN to RN Mobility Exam requirements for admission?
LPN-to-RN applicants will be required to complete the HESI LPN-ADN Mobility Exam as part of the application process for entry into the Associate Degree Nursing Program. Students can complete the HESI LPN-ADN Mobility Exam at any time during the application process, but must complete it prior to beginning NURS 1260 – LPN Transitions II.
Applicants scoring below 850 on the exam, are required to remediate after the exam according to the prescribed plan of study that accompanies the HESI feedback as outlined by the Nursing Center of Excellence. Applicants must retake the exam before applying for program admission. In addition to the regular coursework, applicants scoring less than 850 on the second exam will be required to complete additional remediation during NURS 1260.
Can I take the LPN to RN Mobility Exam more than once?
Attempts must take place at least one month (30 days) apart. There is a limit of two attempts in a 12 month period.
How do I prepare for the LPN to RN Mobility Exam?
Any NCLEX-PN review book can be used for the HESI Mobility LPN to RN Exam.
LPN to RN Mobility Exam Registration
To register for the exam you must call (216-987-0127) or email Janine Hallbom (Janine.Hallbom@tri-c.edu) at Tri-C's testing center.
Results will be available to you immediately; however, the nursing department will not have access to your scores for a minimum of four to six weeks.
Once your scores are recorded, you will receive an email with information regarding the status of your nursing program application.